Heat Check 2020-21: Miami Heat

by December 31, 2020
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Tyler Herro of the Miami Heat

The progression that Tyler Herro showed in the bubble was no joke and the second-year guard has filled the stat sheet to start 2020-21. Herro’s growth has allowed the Miami Heat to stay competitive despite a slow start from Jimmy Butler.

Bam Adebayo and Duncan Robinson have shown up to work through the first stretch of the season and will be instrumental in the team’s success for the rest of the year.

For more information about the numbers behind our Heat Check series, hop over to our main Heat Check 2020-21 post.

Tyler Herro17.0p, 6.5r, 4.5a🔥🔥🔥🔥
Gabe Vincent7.0p, 2.0r, 2.0a🔥🔥🔥🔥
Avery Bradley14.0p, 2.0r, 1.7a🔥🔥🔥
Max Strus7.0p, 0.0r, 1.0a🔥🔥
Kelly Olynyk8.3p, 5.3r, 2.3a🔥🔥
Goran Dragic16.5p, 2.8r, 4.8a🔥
KZ Okpala1.5p, 2.0r, 0.0a
Duncan Robinson12.5p, 3.8r, 0.5a
Bam Adebayo19.0p, 7.3r, 5.0a
Andre Iguodala2.0p, 5.0r, 1.7a❄❄❄
Chris Silva1.0p, 0.0r, 0.0a❄❄❄
Jimmy Butler11.5p, 4.5r, 6.0a❄❄❄❄
Meyers Leonard4.5p, 1.5r, 0.5a❄❄❄❄
Kendrick Nunn6.0p, 1.7r, 2.3a❄❄❄❄❄
Maurice Harkless0.8p, 1.0r, 0.3a❄❄❄❄❄

Team-by-Team Breakdown

AtlantaBostonBrooklyn
CharlotteChicagoCleveland
DallasDenverDetroit
Golden StateHoustonIndiana
LA ClippersLA LakersMemphis
MiamiMilwaukeeMinnesota
New OrleansNew YorkOklahoma City
OrlandoPhiladelphiaPhoenix
PortlandSacramentoSan Antonio
TorontoUtahWashington
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